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To answer your question, in a magical world I'd be happy to go back to being 65-70 kg like I was in my mid 20s and pre-kids, but it's just not happening. I'm in my early 30s and can't seem to get below 83 kg, which I've mostly made peace with. I don't want my kids (2 girls) to grow up thinking that a negative body image is the default, and that hating my body and trying to diet and shrink myself is the goal as a woman. My body works, it walks and swims and plays, it cuddles and dances, it's a good body. That's more important to me than whether I've cracked the 80 kg mark.
I'm 166cm and feel most comfortable around the 60kgs mark. I currently am sitting around 79 and it sucks. But I'm working on that and hope to reach the low 60s by this time next year.
I am 21
I’m 155cm and after babies settled at 50kg. Over the last year I’ve gained 8kg which doesn’t sound a lot but on my short body it’s really noticeable. I’m still in the healthy range but I felt so much better at 50kgs. Will only gain more as I have Hashimotos so my metabolism isn’t really great anymore.
I'm 164 and my happy weight is 55kgs. We don't hold weight well. I'm 60kgs now and had a few "are you pregnant?" Comments. We (mum and sisters) all can't carry alot of weight.